Oct 11, 2015 Sports
Enterprise continue merry run with win over reigning champs
Reigning champion Stella Maris became another casualty of Enterprise as play in the 4th Annual
Courts Pee Wee Schools Football Competition resumed yesterday, at the Banks DIH ground, Thirst Park.
Enterprise who pounded Winfer Gardens 7-0 in their opening encounter, rolled past the defending champs 3-0 to stay unbeaten in this year’s tournament.
In another highly anticipated clash, South Ruimveldt continued its mastery over West Ruimeldt after registering a slim 1-0 win courtesy of a cracking free kick from about 20 yards out by Zacharia Pemberton.
Last year’s beaten finalist St. Pius, who benefitted from a walkover last week finally took to the field to defeat North Georgetown 2-0 in a clash that had a bit of controversy.
St. Sidwell continue to be a no show after handing Rama Krishna a walkover, while St. Angela’s made it two from as many matches with a win over Sophia.
Action in the competition continues next Saturday, at the same venue.
In the day’s full results:
St. Sidwell vs Rama Krishna
Rama Krishna won via walkover
St. Stephen’s-3 vs J.E. Burnham
Ronaldo Forde-10th and 34th
St. Angela’s-9 vs Sophia Primary-0
Keyon Douglas-4th, 7th, 9th, 11th and 16th
Antwoine Vincent-29th and 34th
F.E. Pollard-1 vs Smith Memorial-1
Smith Memorial Scorer
F.E. Pollard Scorer
Marian Academy-0 vs St Agnes Primary-5
Daniel Pollard-10th and 28th
Ronald Abrams-16th and 40th
Enterprise Primary-3 vs Stella Maris-0
St. Gabriel’s-0 vs Winfer Garden Primary-2
Makhaya Munroe-23rd and 37th
Comenius Primary-0 vs St. Margaret’s Primary-3
Makhi Adams-20th, 21st and 26th
East La Penitence Primary vs St. Ambrose
St. Ambrose won via walkover
School of the Nations-0 vs Tucville Primary-3
Rayheim Marques-18th and 30th
South Ruimveldt-1 vs West Ruimveldt Primary-0
North Georgetown-0 vs St. Pius Primary-2
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